The Language of Flowers: A Novel - Part 3, Moss, Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Moss, Chapters 1-6 Summary

Victoria explains how she is continuing to hide from Grant in chapter 1. She has a plan to give birth in her blue room but she knows she can't be there now because she knows Grant is looking for her and will find her there. She moves back to her garden in the park and, even though she could sleep in her car, she chooses to sleep among the comforting soil.

Victoria runs to a neighboring building when Grant comes close to finding her in the park. Even though she misses him and her job at Bloom, she knows that they could never have the life he would want for them.

In chapter 2, Meredith sets Elizabeth and Victoria's next court date for six months away. Victoria finds ways to blame herself for Elizabeth not going through with the...

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